Sometimes You Just Need Sausage...Sausage Ball Recipe

Sausage balls are a favorite around our house.  While we don't eat them often, they're definitely our go-to for special occasions, party foods, Christmas Eve breakfast and more.  They do take a little while to roll up, so they're a favorite make ahead food.  Make a whole batch and just pull out 10 or so as you need them...or bake them all for a larger event.  I can't claim this recipe...it's been passed down from my mom...but I CAN guarantee it's yummy factor.  These always seem to be a hit wherever they go!

Sausage Balls

3 c. Bisquick
10 oz. Sharp Cheese (block)
1 lb. mild or spicy sausage


Cut your cheese into cubes and place in a microwave safe bowl.  Microwave at 30 second intervals until cheese is completely melted.  Be careful not to OVER cook.  Once cheese is melted, add Bisquick and sausage.  Mix well until a nice dough forms.  I get down and dirty with this...nothing works quite as well as your hands...not a spoon in my kitchen that will do the trick!

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Cover a baking sheet with parchment paper.  Roll dough into 1" balls and place 1/2" to 1" apart.  Bake for 20 minutes and serve warm.  Enjoy!

**If you're making ahead, cover a cookie sheet with wax paper.  Place 1" balls side by side and flash freeze for an hour or so. Once they're semi-frozen, remove from cookie sheet and place in a freezer bag.  These will keep well for approximately 3 months in the freezer.  Remove what you need and  back at 350 for 20-25 minutes.

We usually serve these alone or with mustard for the mustard lovers in our family.  These make a great breakfast for busy mornings and teachers LOVE them as a surprise "We appreciate you" breakfast.  You've got your dairy, your carbs, your protein...serve with some grapes or strawberries and it's a well rounded meal!  ;)

***Please note...these do not turn out well with any other form of Bisquick...Heart Healthy, Jiffy Mix, etc...for best results use ORIGINAL BISQUICK.  Block cheese is also preferred.  Pre-shredded cheese in the bag won't yield the same results.  If you're going to take the time to make them, make them well!***


Do You Ever?

Do you ever say these things??  Anyone??  Or am I in this boat all alone?  I like to think not, but it never hurts to hear..."You're not the only one"...

TOP 25 Statements/Questions in My Home THIS WEEK...YES, Just This Week...

25.  Get out of the freezer.
24.  No, you cannot have another snack.
23.  That's a piece of WHAT?!
22.  No, I haven't seen Roberto (snail)...No, I don't see him in the jar, either...
21.  Brush your teeth.  Brush them again.
20.  Daddy won't be home for a long time and he's not going to save you anyway.
19.  Where did you get that?!
18.  Put the ball outside.
17.  No...I didn't know he ate a crayon.  Yes.  I do see it in his poop.  (Referring to the dog)
16.  FOR THE LOVE...If I step on ANOTHER Lego!!
15.  Brush your teeth.  No you didn't.  Your toothbrush is dry.
14.  Be truthful.  Your Bubba did NOT eat the candy.  YOUR tongue is blue, not his.
13.  Yes.  Worms need air to breathe.  No, you can't let them have recess in the indoor plant pots.
12.  Get the laundry basket off your sister's back.  No.  She is NOT a turtle.  Get her OUT.
11. The dryer button DOES NOT pull out.  You're thinking of the washing machine.  Is that the dryer button in your HAND?!
10.  Brush your teeth.  Again.  It doesn't count without the toothpaste.
9.  Are those shorts clean?  **sniff, sniff**...take them off...TAKE THEM OFF!
8.  It's NOT yucky, you ate it just last week.  Eat it.  Eat it now or you'll see it until you do!
7.  Yes, we've already had dinner, don't you remember eating?  No...I won't cook another one.
6.  Has anyone seen my earrings?  Lipstick?  Lotion?  Shoes? Remote? Toilet Tissue? Phone?  Pen?  Body Spray?  Keys?  Salt?  Pepper?  Gum?  Brush?  Glasses?  No...I haven't checked the shopping cart.  No...I DON'T have to pay to shop.
5.  Have you brushed your teeth?  Do you even know where your toothbrush is??
4.  Is this fingernail polish?!
3.  You sent a text to WHO?!
2.  Yes.  I DID have TVs growing up.  I'm 36, not 136.
1.  I love you...always, forever and then some...YOU make me smile.

Some days the redirecting makes me smile.  Some days it makes my head ache, some days I want to cry and some days I want to run...but most days...and at the END of all days, I thank God for my precious children.  I often think about my son's age of 9 as being the "middle ground".  The innocent years are fading and we're halfway to that point of...he's gone.  No longer in my home, no longer mine to redirect, but hopefully always willing to listen even if he doesn't "do" as I think he should or "act" as I think he should, I hope he always remembers...I love you.  I am here for you.  No matter what, no matter when, I will always be right here.  My daughter is younger, but it seems as if only yesterday my son were her age, so I know too well that it's fleeting...and I pray God would help me to enjoy every.single.second.  Whether my dryer works or not...whether I can find the toothbrush or not...but EVERY single second.

Happy Mother's Day to ALL the moms who have said these things, thought these things, long to say these things, will be saying these things soon and who have said these things in the past...you make our world turn...and some days you'll spin with it, but one day you'll be able to sit back and enjoy the spin as it slows, remembering all the days you said...I love you.


Morning Flowers

My sweet three year old daughter LOVES flowers.  She wants to pick any and every flower she sees.  I was cooking breakfast not too long ago and she says, "Mama.  I have to go potty"...so, off she goes toward the bathroom.  A few minutes later, she walks past me, holding beautiful yellow flowers - flowers I had never seen before... Hmmm... So I ask her, where did you get those flowers?  To which she replies...outside.  This is a big problem.  My sweet little bit is SUPER brave.  She has never met a stranger.  She doesn't mind venturing outside alone, going outside the gate to pick flowers at a park, following a stranger because she has a "cute baby in the stroller"...oooh...and the list could go on... You have to keep eyes on her at ALL times.  My husband and I decided at this point, it would be best to just keep the alarm on during the day so we KNOW when she "escapes" to pick flowers.

The next morning, I took our puppy, Cannon, outside.  My little bit grabbed my hand and said...Let me show you where the "Morning Flowers" are.  She led me to a tucked away spot behind our house, in between our yard and the neighbors...between two fences, behind a tree...and there.were.the "Morning Flowers".  She literally gasped...she has a true love of nature's beauty.  I let her pick one and she was more than happy.  The next morning when I took our little Cannon outside, I told her to stay inside.  Her only request was...Mama...Can you bring me back a "Morning Flower"?  So I did...and once again, she was happy.

A few nights ago she spent the night with my mom and dad, "Nana and Granddaddy".  She called the next morning to tell me it was "morning day" and time to come get her.  I love her choice of words and exploration of their meanings.  When I picked her up, I told her I had a surprise waiting for her at home.  Little did she know...I had painted some Mason jars and arranged her beloved "Morning Flowers" inside for a sweet little floral display in our kitchen.  When we arrived home, she once again gasped, pulled her stool up to the counter and admired their beauty, smiled, touched them, and asked if she could pull one out to hold.  I love her appreciation for life's beauty, nature and the colors God has so boldly placed around us to admire.  It seems sometimes I need a reminder to be "simpler", enjoy "more" and sit back to admire the beauty.

Thank you, little bit, for pointing out what is now my new favorite type of flower...the "Morning Flower".

Thank you, Jesus, for the gift of this precious soul I have to raise, love and guide.  I pray You lead me to teach her Your ways as she has taught me to always admire Your works.

And to my neighbors, if these are your flowers, I apologize...there are a few missing.  ;)


I Love Working from Home!

I am beyond blessed in MANY ways.  I often think back to years ago and realize that never in a million years would I have imagined owning my own business creating personalized t-shirts, graphics and totes...much less being able to be HOME with my children, homeschool and work from home.  One of the highlights of what I do is having repeat customers and being able to share in their special day - whether it be a wedding, holiday, new baby or birthday.  I ADORE customer photos and absolutely cherish "word of mouth" advertising.  Here's a photo I received today...I just had to share.  Happy Birthday to you, Spencer.  You have ONE.COOL.CAKE!  Thanks for sharing, Mom and P.S...  LOVE your necklace!

Ultimate Blog Party 2014 - COMING SOON!

Ultimate Blog Party 2014

We can not WAIT until the Ultimate Blog Party!!  Beginning April 4th, Five Minutes for Mom, will be hosting their annual Blog Party!  You do NOT want to miss this!!  With thousands of dollars in prizes, this is definitely "the place to be" for all you moms.  Find fun new products for everything from house to self to baby.  I've had the pleasure of both participating in the Blog Party AND winning in the Blog Party, so I can say from experience, it truly is LOTS of fun!

We'll be giving away a prize pack of FOUR personalized iron on transfers - including shipping, it' s a $40 prize package!  These would be great to stock up for birthdays, holidays, etc.

Five Minutes for Mom describes The Ultimate Blog Party is an annual blogging event where several hundred bloggers join together in a huge week-long, blog-hopping, commenting and tweeting extravaganza to meet others, grow their networks, have fun and win prizes!  The official party lasts one week – this year April 4th through 11th.  Join in the fun and find some new mommy bloggers you LOVE!  It's always great to support small businesses and work from home moms.

We'll be posting our giveaway post just in time for the party.  Included will be links to all the other giveaways and ways you can participate in all the fun.  Will you party with us this year?


Are You Food Weird?

Are you food weird?  That's what I had someone call me recently.  Yep..."food weird"...lol.  I'm actually NOT food weird.  I'm the farthest you can be from food weird...I just don't enjoy filling my body or my family's with things that are detrimental to our health.  My kids eat cupcakes at birthday parties.  They eat popcorn at the movies.  I even have, *ahem*, those nights where I JUST need to run through a drive thru for dinner...somewhere...anywhere.  Now, it's FAR less often than it used to be, but it does happen.  I mean, if I ENJOY cooking and I ENJOY learning about and making REAL food...then why not DO it and create a healthier lifestyle for my children?  I believe (no one asked me, I just like stating my opinion) that if you rule out certain "fun" foods ALL the time, those are the foods they're going to run to as soon as they're out from under your roof.  However, if you offer them natural foods, healthy foods, less processed foods, they're going to realize that it's not only better for you, but it tastes better and it helps you feel better...then when they DO get a "tasty" processed treat, it's actually going to be something they don't want...often.  I know life is busy...I have one...a life that is...and it's busy.  I won't get into all the details, because we all have our "paths" of busyness, but if we're able to "do better", who WANTS to pump their kids full of MSGs and things they can't even pronounce?  I recently turned over a can of Spaghettios and looked at the back...I think I grew faint...do you know that the list of ingredients in Spaghettios almost fills the entire back of the label?!

I just randomly picked ONE of the ingredients listed, Googled it, and came up with this:

Health Effects

Hydrolyzed corn protein is essentially glutamic acid, which is a type of MSG. MSG has been shown to have negative effects on the human body, such as headaches, nausea, fuzzy thinking, diarrhea, heart irregularity, asthma, and mood swings. Only small amounts in food should be used. Currently, there is no regulation regarding the amounts of MSG that can be present in food. Because hydrolyzed corn gluten has some different components than typical monosodium glutamate (MSG), food labels are not required to state that the ingredient essentially is MSG and has the same side effects as MSG.

Scary, right?  It doesn't SAY MSG, but it is in fact, an MSG.  Now, I don't know a parent out there would would say, "I want to fill my child full of this ingredient that could cause asthma, diarrhea, mood swings"...you get my drift?  Are there parents who say, it's quick and easy to open a can of Spaghettios and we're in a hurry...let's go for it...sure!  I've been one of them.  Actually, is it much more difficult to boil some noodles and mix up your own sauce using a can of tomato sauce?  Not really.  Canned sauces fresh from the garden would be even BETTER, but not everyone has access to fresh canned sauces.

If you look in my pantry, yes, there are cans there.  I do my best to stick to things that have all ingredients I can pronounce and know what they are.  For instance, green beans...I had much rather have fresh green beans, but when my freezer is bare, I grab a few cans.  Is there added sodium?  Sure.  However, I can live with a little added sodium as long as I know it's just green beans, salt and water.

 We're by no means Paleo.  We're not "Clean Eating" every day.  We're just trying to do better and share what we learn along the way.  Sometimes things that seem so obvious really aren't.  Turn those cans around...you might be surprised at what you find.  For me, I know I don't want to fill my children's bodies OR any guests we might have with Hydrolyzed Corn Protein...and you just never know who might end up at our table.  ;)

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Favorite Homemade Coffee Creamer - YUM!

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I.Love.Coffee.  It's no secret.  Everyone knows it.  I drink WAY too much.  People buy me coffee makers, coffee samples and coffee cups for Christmas and birthday gifts.  They know me so well.  I always have a coffee in my hand when I'm shopping, at the park or attending playgroup.  I just can't help myself.

Lately my family has been on a journey to live healthier by changing the many things we put in our bodies daily...mostly through altering the amount of preservatives, dyes and artificial ingredients in our diets.  My grandmother is soon to be 88.  She eats sugar.  She eats bread.  She drinks coffee.  She fries food...occasionally.  I'm a firm believer that if it's good enough for her...and she's living a healthy life...and by they way, she looks nowhere NEAR 88...then it's not going to hurt me.  The difference, in my UN-scientific opinion, is that she has never eaten much "fake" food.  She cooks the REAL stuff.  Biscuits from flour and lard.  Bacon and melted cheese.  Fried chicken she batters by hand...not pulled out of a box.  Yes...all that yummy goodness that southern food is...but she eats it sparingly...not in excess...and because she learned from her mother and her grandmother, she knows how to use REAL, natural ingredients to make food that tastes great and doesn't come out of a frozen box.  Has she eaten frozen dinners?  SURE.  Does she eat candy?  Of course...but it's not in excess.  She uses butter...not margarine.  I believe all of those "little" things can add up to a great big thing when it comes to making a difference in our diet, health and overall well being.

Okay...with that said, back to the coffee...It would be okay if I drink it as my grandmother does...black...but I don't.  I love all the artificial sweeteners that you can drizzle into your coffee, toss a little sugary goodness in there and you have something to love...and I can finish off a Coffeemate Creamer bottle in a matter of two days.  No joke...so I started looking at my beloved creamers...and boy do they have lots of STUFF in them that I can't even pronounce...and I'm putting multiple bottles in my body weekly?!  Ick...

So I've been on a mission to make my own.  It has sugar in it, yes it does...but it doesn't have anything in it that I can't pronounce.  THAT is the key.  And I'm loving it.  I mean, LOVING it!  The combinations you could make are ENDLESS, but I'm going to share my personal favorite.

I'm a peppermint fan, so I was trying to re-create a Peppermint Mocha flavor. I actually enjoy the peppermint more than the mocha, so I make mine heavy on the peppermint, but you could always make yours heavy on the mocha...or even eliminate the peppermint...you could replace the peppermint with vanilla...I'm telling you, endless possibilities!  Here's my "go-to" recipe:

  • 14oz Sweetened Condensed Milk (just sugar and milk!)
  • 1 3/4c. Whole Milk (you could substitute, but it wouldn't be as creamy) - we use Grassfed Milk from a local dairy
Okay...that's your basic starter.  I pour all ingredients into a blender so I can blend it all up to creamy goodness.  At this point, you can blend in whatever you want.  This is what I add for my Peppermint Mocha:
  • 2 tbsp. cocoa powder
  • 1 tsp. pure peppermint extract
That's it!  Just blend it all together and add it to your coffee.  It even makes a yummy froth on the top for a "coffee house" effect.  Oh.My.Coffee.Goodness.  I pour mine into a wide mouth jar and store in the fridge.  You could also save an empty coffee creamer bottle, wash and use it for an easy pour option.  Remember...this is heavy on the peppermint, so if you're more of a mocha fan, you could cut the peppermint down to 1/2tsp or omit and add vanilla.  Yumm-o...and nothing in this creamer I can't pronounce!  I will NEVER buy coffee creamer again!!  And it's cheaper to make your own...cuts down on the groceries I drag in...it's a win/win all the way around...I know I usually buy between two and four creamers at a time...so I'm THRILLED!


Seuss Giveaway from Emerson Lane Originals

Emerson Lane Originals is my labor of love...aka small business.  Since I am a former Elementary School Teacher AND Library Media Specialist, I have a fond love for Dr. Seuss Day.  To celebrate, I'm giving away:
The Seuss Bingo Cards will be graphics sent via email while the DVD and Shirt will be sent to your mailing address.  These Bingo cards are so much fun for classroom teachers, librarians, homeschool families and Seuss parties...print, laminate and play!  I love using Skittles or M&Ms for the Bingo markers...so will the kiddos!

Best of luck and Happy Seuss Day!

Enter now through Sunday at midnight!  Spread the love!

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I HEART Amazon!

Okay...in all seriousness...Amazon is my new Walmart.  I.Love.Amazon.  I get free two day shipping, I can order many items I can't find locally, I get GREAT prices through Amazon coupons, Subscribe and Save discounts and daily specials...I just can't say ENOUGH good things about Amazon!  I've ordered everything from birthday gifts to large ticket Christmas items to essential oils, groceries, cleaning supplies and clothes.  Amazon has also taken the place of wholesale clubs since I can get wipes, toilet tissue, paper towels, etc. in bulk and set it up on shipments.  I.LOVE.AMAZON.  Did I say that already?!

If you're a soon-to-be new mom or you have an infant/toddler, you can't BEAT their Amazon Mom discounts.  You should definitely check them out...I saved TONS on diapers, wipes and baby items...large items and baby wash...you name it, I got it.  I LOVE that you can read reviews on products, pull up past orders for quick re-ordering and ship gifts to other addresses for free.

I'll be posting amazing Amazon deals periodically, so be sure to check in and click fast...Amazon deals are not guaranteed through a specific time or date, so it often just depends on how quickly they sell out or meet the number of items they want to sell...then the price usually increases gradually.

For a limited time, Amazon is offering A free 30 day trial to Amazon Prime!!

Woohooo!!  My favorite thing about Amazon Prime?!  FREE TWO DAY SHIPPING!  I can order birthday gifts on Wednesday and have them for a party on Saturday...LOVE!  You'll also have:
  • Access to over 5,000 Kindle items FOR FREE
  • Unlimited instant streaming to 41,000+ Movies and TV Shows
  • And lots more!
Seriously check it out...and you can thank me later.  ;)  Just ask my UPS man...he'll tell you...I'm a HUGE Amazon fan!  Hehehe...


Olympic Freebies!

We homeschool, so I'm always looking for ways to incorporate what's going on in the world around us into our lessons.  I was also an Elementary School Teacher for TWELVE years...and I LOVED every second of it!  I know what hard work goes into planning and how much teachers appreciate you letting them know about teaching freebies.  So...whether you're a daycare worker, teacher, home school parent, Olympic Birthday Party Planner or a mom who might want to print these for a teacher...these are some GREAT freebies to use in conjunction with the Winter Olympics...they're coming soon!

While you're at it, check out our fun Olympic Designs on our Emerson Lane Originals page.  You can get these on a onesie, t-shirt, tote bag or graphic sent straight to your email to use for party planning...personalized!

Enjoy the free stuff!

86 Free Worksheets, Games and Printables from Teachers Pay Teachers!!

HUGE Olympics Tot Pack for 2-5  year olds (pre-writing, sorting and more!)

100+ Page Winter Olympics Fun Pack - Includes Pages for Individual Study on Olympic Athletes

Ice Skating Free Play Time - How Fun is THIS?!

HUGE Olympic Roundup - Printable, websites, videos, library books and more!

25 MORE Winter Olympic Worksheets

Olympic Bingo Printable Game

Ancient Greece Lapbook

Fun Team USA Drink for Recipe Time

Learn to Draw Olympic Sports - These Are Fun!

Great List of Printables and Books

The Official SOCHI APP!  Get Real Time Olympic Updates!

There are a TON of resources out there if you have time to look for them...these are just a few of our faves!  My son LOVES learning about the Olympics...it's the highlight of his day!  It's so much fun to watch his excitement build...I'm looking forward to it more this year just anticipating it with him!  Go Team USA!

Detox Bath...Do You Believe?

So...we, like everyone else, are on a path to healthier living.  I decided to give my three year old daughter a detox bath tonight...like many things I try, I never really know if they're going to work and sometimes I don't really know if they worked or not...I kind of guess, hope, pray...but sometimes never know.  Well tonight...I know...IT.WORKED.  In more ways than one...I mean, can I see that she's "detoxed"?  Well, no.  I can see that her skin is super soft...my husband even commented on it.  I can also see that she's VERY tired/relaxed...whichever you prefer (ha!)...so much that her eyes almost closed while she was in the floor working on a puzzle.  Now...if you knew my little bit, you would know this is a big deal.  I wasn't really trying to make her sleepy, but I am on a mission to be healthier AND we're working on remineralizing her teeth...or in layman's terms, healing her cavities.  So...I tried the bath detox.  You can use several essential oils in this detox, but I decided to try the oil I have for relaxation.  Yes, an oil for relaxation on my daughter who usually stays up until midnight and she can't hardly hold her eyes open! YES!  We've been struggling with naps for sometime now.  If she has a nap, she's awake until all hours of the night, up and down, out of bed, yelling out for us, destroying her bathroom upstairs...you name it, she does it.  If you DON'T give her a nap, she falls asleep around 5 or 6pm, I wake her up for dinner and she's cranky and whiny.  Well, today she had a nap..and a detox bath...and she's in bed by 8:00pm...AND QUITE.  I.Am.More.Than.Impressed!!!

So...to recap...I gave her a detox bath to first and foremost...
1.  Detox her body in conjunction with her "Cure Your Own Cavities" routine.
2.  Help her eczema.
3.  Relax her.

I believe the bath accomplished ALL THREE THINGS.  Here's what I did:

Run a bath of warm water and add the following:
1/2 c. Epsom Salt
1/4c. Baking Soda
1 tbsp. Organic or Extra-Virgin Coconut Oil
5-7 drops your choice of essential oil

Now...that's the easy part.  Here are some key factors to make this a great experience:
1.  If you have a child older than 5, I would double each of the ingredients above - bigger child, more water, etc.
2.  Do this on a night you don't need to "bathe".  This will open your child's pores a bit and let toxins out, so just let them sit and play and splash around.  I sat in the floor and read a few books to her.
3.  This will make hair greasy, so it's not recommended to wash hair...I always pull my little girl's hair up in a bun.
4.  They need to sit/play/bathe for 20 minutes.
5.  The essential oil you use is up to you...I would change it up depending on whether your child is sick and needs a germ fighter, wound tightly and needs a relaxant, achy and needs soothing, etc.
6.  If you're not on the essential oils boat yet and don't really know where to buy or don't have the money to spend beaucoup moolah on a teeny bottle of oil, go to Amazon and buy Plant Essentials...they're a FRACTION of the cost of doTerra and Young and they work GREAT.  I haven't found one YET that I don't like.  If you have a Prime or Amazon Mom account, you can get free two day shipping on these - even BETTER!

This is the oil I used tonight:  Calming the Child

I suggest using this detox bath a couple of times a week...more in the case of a cold or infection.  I would love to hear your positive experiences and great ideas!  I love feedback from readers.  Happy Health!


Blossom Into Spring Giveaway Event

Welcome to the Blossom Into Spring Blog Hop hosted by Andersons Angels, Joy of Momma Joyner and The More The Merrier. This Event features a little bit of everything you need to welcome Spring back! Each blog has a unique Spring Related Prize valued at $25 or more. You won’t want to miss out on any of them, so be sure to visit Andersons Angels for the full list of participating blogs! This event will run from 12:00am EST Saturday, February 1, 2014 through 11:59pm EST Saturday, February 15, 2014.

Best of Luck!  Be sure to come back and let us know if you win something!


Baby Shower Cookie Cutter - $1.99!

Okay all you baby shower planners... if you have a baby shower to plan, or if you have a baby shower in your future, you might want to grab one of these SUPER cute ONESIE COOKIE CUTTERS for only $1.99!!  Better yet...these ship FREE!  I love shopping at Amazon!  Makes me WANT to have a shower to plan...but wait...I'm not a baker...oh well... Enjoy!


Free Party Printables - Winter

We're all about party planning and life's special events here at Pink Champagne Diaries.  As a business owner, I have to say, you MUST check out our personalized tees, totes, invites and graphics for party planning over at Emerson Lane Originals.  We're ALWAYS posting specials, freebies and giveaways on our Facebook Page!

NOW...we're a day late and a dollar short, but we're beginning FRIDAY FREEBIES here at the diaries!  What's that you might ask?  Well...I'm glad you asked!  We'll be posting party freebies from around the web EVERY Friday!!  If there's one thing I love, it's parties...if there's another thing I love, it's FREE!  So enjoy, share and party on!

Love....The Pink Champagne Diaries


Winter Wonderland Party Printables
Includes mini candy bar wrappers, party circles for labels and/or cupcake toppers, invitations, large party circles and more!
Thanks Catch My Party!

Let It Snow Banner
Matching banner for printables above - SO CUTE!

Thanks Catch My Party!

Winter "One"derland Party
Super cute idea for a first birthday!  LOTS of printables here...scroll to the bottom of the page to see the list.
Thanks We Heart Parties!


Beth Moore Freebies!

If you're a Beth Moore fan, you'll definitely want to check out this great offer...now through January 10th, you can download 16 Beth Moore books for FREE!  WOW!  I'm loving this!  Check out E Christian Resources for the download links.  Download now and read later...yippee!

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